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Can the hard drive bay in the haf 932 be turned around? The way it is now it blocks the air from the front fan a bit and I don't want to remove the bay completely. Is it possible to turn it around?
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If it can't, then will it really be an issue? I mean, are you going to have more than one video card?

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Yes I have sli 780s running already so if I can get more air in there would be better.
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post #4 of 4
I've used a couple 932's and if memory serves, you cannot

To be honest I don't really see the need to. That 932 is no slouch in the cooling department and since you have a nice big fan right there on the side panel I wouldn't be too concerned with the efficiency of the front fan. This is of course assuming you're using the side panel fan.
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